Guffaw! I never thought I’d write a headline like that. BUTT… you asked. I listened.
I’ll keep it short (mark this day on your calendar!).
Hey, You Asked!
You asked: “Would you show a side-by-side comparison of your DSLR vs. Mirrorless set up so we can see the difference?”
I answered: “Why sure!” So.. here it is:
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Plan A, Hijacked
I was heading elsewhere this day; intending to shoot sunset (if there was one) at another location. But when I looked over and espied this scene, all other plans went out the proverbial window! I love matching reflections… strong cloud formations… and an almost surreal/abstract arrangement of elements when they happen naturally. It’s magic! (and this day, certainly one of my daily miracles. Especially since the west hasn’t even SEEN clouds for months!)
Continue reading “Color or Monochrome?”
I was talking about HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography the other day. That was here. But with so many innovations and new ideas around post-processing photos these days, even the definition of the term – and ability to know one when you see one – keeps changing! I find it fascinating, because of how it challenges our perceptions. Originally, an HDR photo was one created from a few to several auto-bracketed images, in graduating levels of brightness. Thus, covering the gamut from darkest to lightest tones. By that definition, this is a 7-exposure HDR photo (and was an awesome little house we saw in New Zealand. Can you say “hobbit?” heehee):
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